The T-Mobile G-Slate by LG was first at CES 2011, the tablet was immediately whisked away from public viewing after the announcement. Fortunately, we got a chance to get a full hands-on look at the 4G Honeycomb tablet here at Mobile World Congress 2011.
The G-Slate is notable for a couple of reasons. First, it's the first 4G (running on T-Mobile's HSPA+ network) Honeycomb tablet and it also includes a 3D stereoscopic camera, so you can shoot 1080p 3D videos and view them on the device's 9-inch screen with 3D glasses.
T-Mobile did not announce a release date or pricing for the G-Slate, but it will be available in only one model: 32GB. LG also introduced the Optimus Pad at MWC, which is the global version of the G-Slate.
You'll also find two cameras on the back of the device. The one on the right is a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, which you can use to take regular photos and video. However, when combined with the stereoscopic camera on the left, you can record 1080p 3D video and view it back on the tablet.